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Sony has at last released the complete UK digital launch line-up for PlayStation Vita and, interestingly, Sony has chosen not to mirror its overseas strategy and has priced the digital ...
Sony’s PlayStation Vita comes to market this Wednesday with a stellar launch line-up that should appeal to a wide range of fans.
2012 started brightly for games and consoles TV advertising. The first two full weeks produced remarkable year-on-year growth (52 per cent and 2,498 per cent).
The arrival of several big new releases wasn’t enough to help grow the market week-on-week, with the UK games retail market value falling 14 per cent to £12.7m.
Yes, says CEO Simon Fox, but there will be sacrifices. Christopher Dring visits HMV’s offices to find out how its attitude towards gaming has changed.
Publisher Ubisoft hopes to grab a hefty chunk of PS Vita’s software sales with five launch games.
Children's social gaming sites such as Moshi Monsters accounted for almost ten per cent of all video game TV advertising last month.
HMV says a report claiming Amazon is now the UK’s No.1 entertainment retailer is “misleading”, as it takes game sales into account.
An Indian games retailer hopes to have over 150 outlets in operation by 2015.
2K Games is targeting fans of horror movies and sci-fi nuts with its marketing plan for The Darkness II.
D3Publisher has acquired the rights to publish games based on DreamWorks movie IPs, following THQ’s retreat from the sector.
Video games has become the second fastest growing TV advertising market in the UK, behind office equipment.
Take-Two reckons its financial 2013 will be one of its ‘best year ever’, hinting at a Christmas release for Grand Theft Auto V.
The UK games retail market remained steady with £12.1m generated from video game sales – the same as the week prior.
The Walt Disney Company has obtained a controlling stake in UTV including the media firm’s games publishing arm UTV Ignition.
More than 250m users have signed up for Bigpoint’s free-to-play PC browser games in the ten years it has been producing them.
3D technology in the home has yet to achieve mass penetration in any sector. Sales of compatible TVs may be increasing, but they have yet to claim a majority of households.
An upbeat start to 2012 has seen games and consoles TV advertising increase 28 per cent year-on-year.
The UK games retail market generated £12.1m for the week ending January 21st – a 13.6 per cent decrease over the £14m made the week prior.
Retailer GAME is once again offering consumers the chance to effectively rent new titles for a limited period.
Nordic Games has won a publishing deal for Remedy Entertainment’s critically acclaimed Alan Wake.